Judy Hogan, portrait, copyright Anne Kessler Shields, 1991-92
Judy Hogan, poet and publisher portrait by Anne Kesler Shields, 1991-1992. Part of a larger painting, entitled, "WOMEN OF LETTERS: A Group Portrait of NC Writers"
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Seven mysteries out as of June 1, 2017. Political Peaches,  Formaldehyde, Rooster.  See Mysteries for news on The Sands of Gower,  Haw, Killer Frost, and Farm Fresh and Fatal. 
See Poetry for word about This River, a poetry book from Wild Embers Press in Oregon,. December 1,  2014

Grace: A China Diary, 1910-16 out April  2017 from Wipf and Stock Publishers. 

Judy Hogan
Poet, Writer, Thinker

When human beings are involved, you can always do something. There is always hope for change.
--Welford Wilson
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  • Judy Hogan will be teaching creative writing in the fall of 2017, Sept-Nov. See Classes for details.
  • Greed undercuts the friendly, diverse community of Shagbark County, North Carolina. Guarding their way of life, leaders emerge and discover that playing in local politics is like kissing a buzzing wasp nest with sunburnt lips on a summer afternoon. There is wisdom and warmth in the heroes and heroines of this tale. Novelist and poet Judy Hogan’s new mystery, Political Peaches, is a tasty “cobbler” and treat you will enjoy.
        –Karl Kachergis, former Chair Chatham Democratic Party, 2007-11.

Links: NC Writer's Network, NC WARN, Duke Library, Carolina Wren Press, Postmenopausalzest, Mainly Murder PressWild Embers Press, Finishing Line Press

Contact Judy: judyhogan@mindspring.com
Updated:  June 30, 2017.